Security Council Distr.: General 30 August 2018
Resolution 2432 (2018)
Adopted by the Security Council at its 8336th meeting, on 30 August 2018
The Security Council, Recalling its previous resolutions, in particular resolutions 2423 (2018), 2391 (2017) and 2374 (2017), Reaffirming its strong commitment to the sovereignty, unity and territorial integrity of Mali, emphasizing that the Malian authorities have primary responsibility for the provision of stability and security throughout the territory of Mali, and underscoring the importance of achieving national ownership of peace- and securityrelated initiatives, Taking note of the renewed commitment of the Government of Mali, the Plateforme coalition of armed groups and the Coordination des Mouvements de l’Azawad coalition of armed groups (“the Plateforme and Coordination armed groups”) to the expeditious implementation of all of their remaining obligations under the Agreement on Peace and Reconciliation in Mali (“the Agreement”), through the adoption of a “Chronogramme d’actions prioritaires” during the meeting of the Comité de Suivi de l’Accord (CSA) held in Bamako on the 15 and 16 January 2018, followed by the adoption of a Roadmap for its implementation on 22 March 2018 (“the Roadmap”), Welcoming the recent positive steps achieved in the implementation of the Agreement, while expressing its deep frustration that parties have too long stalled the implementation of the Agreement, in spite of significant international support and assistance, further expressing a significant sense of impatience with parties over the persistent delays in the full implementation of key provisions of the Agreement and stressing the absolute urgency for the Government of Mali and the Plateforme and Coordination armed groups to take unprecedented steps to fully and expeditiously deliver on remaining obligations under the Agreement, Stressing that all parties to the Agreement share the primary responsibility to make steadfast progress in its implementation, Recalling the provisions of the Agreement calling upon the Security Council to give its full support to the Agreement, to closely monitor its implementation and, if necessary, to take measures against anyone hindering the implementation of the commitments contained therein or the realisation of its objectives,
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Recalling the provisions of resolution 2423 (2018) expressing the intention of the Security Council to follow closely the timely implementation of the Roadmap referred to above and to respond with measures pursuant to resolution 2374 (2017) should the parties not implement the agreed-upon commitments within the announced timeframe, Taking note of the final report (S/2018/581) of the Panel of experts established pursuant to resolution 2374 (2017) (“the Panel of experts”), Determining that the situation in Mali continues to constitute a threat to international peace and security in the region, Acting under Chapter VII of the Charter of the United Nations, 1. Decides to renew until 31 August 2019 the measures as set out in paragraphs 1 to 7 of resolution 2374 (2017); 2. Reaffirms that these measures shall apply to individuals and entities as designated by the Committee established pursuant to resolution 2374 (“the Committee”), as set forth in paragraphs 8 and 9 of resolution 2374 (2017); 3. Decides to extend until 30 September 2019 the mandate of the Panel of experts, as set out in paragraphs 11 to 15 of resolution 2374 (2017), as well as the request to MINUSMA, as set out in paragraph 16 of resolution 2374 (2017), expresses its intention to review the mandate and take appropriate action regarding its further extension no later than 31 August 2019, and requests the Secretary-General to take the necessary administrative measures as expeditiously as possible to re-establish the Panel of experts, in consultation with the Committee, drawing, as appropriate, on the expertise of the current members of the Panel of experts; 4. Requests the Panel of experts to provide to the Council, after discussion with the Committee, a midterm report no later than 28 February 2019, a final report no later than 15 August 2019, and periodic updates in between, as appropriate; 5. Reaffirms the reporting and review provisions as set out in resolution 2374 (2017); 6. Decides to remain actively seized of the matter.